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Think the Army wants free thinking? This is what happened to me after I wrote

Think the Army wants free thinking? This is what happened to me after I wrote
I propose creating a school and unit devoted to figuring out creative and academically rigorous solutions to the human domain. It would be selective, elite organization of military and civilians devoted to this kind of thinking. It would go a long way …
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Yahoo's 'seemingly permanent decline': is this the end for the once-mighty firm?

Yahoo's 'seemingly permanent decline': is this the end for the once-mighty firm?
The tech company is reportedly in talks to spin off its core business, as well as whether to finally divest its remaining stake in Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba, the latter fabulously lucrative, the former … well, not so much. The lion's share of …
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Brand Protection Fail: This Weeks TM Domains Brands Let Drop & Get

Brand Protection Fail: This Weeks TM Domains Brands Let Drop & Get
Its pretty interesting sitting on the sidelines every week seeing companies spending $ 1,500 a pop to file a UDRP on a single domain name (plus attorneys fees) on the same type of domain names that are dropping and can be picked up for $ 69 on a back …
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Scripps Networks loses second new TLD objection, this one for .diy

Scripps Networks loses second new TLD objection, this one for .diy
In 2002, a UDRP panel dismissed the complaint brought by a United Kingdom company claiming rights in the unregistered mark DIY, remarking, “it is in practice impossible to run a business in do-it-yourself products without using the letters DIY in a …
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That .gov outage this morning? Blame an error in domain name security

That .gov outage this morning? Blame an error in domain name security
This morning, citizens trying to reach US government websites got a bit of a surprise—the entirety of the .gov top level domain appeared to be offline. The reason: a hiccup in the Domain Name Service Security Extension (DNSSEC) information being …
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